Schinkel Pavillon presents the exhibition How Can We Tell the Dancers from the Dance by French artist Philippe Parreno.
Monthly Archive: November 2014
Gleaning ideas from the Frenchman’s naive scenes of flora and fauna, the British designer created delectable displays depicting summer fruits and vegetables.
Aspinall’s Prime Matter put chalk and coal through its paces, transforming these rudimentary materials into experimental textures and surfaces.
Ryan Gander has recently revealed a sculpture today as part of the Beswick community hub in east Manchester. Protected by hoardings, Dad’s Halo Effect has been gifted to the people of east Manchester during an afternoon ceremony.
Artists Michiko Nitta and Michael Burton funnel their curiosity into the exploration of future sources of food, currently focusing on algae.
What is supernatural, invisible and capable of passing imperceptibly through the body? Here’s a hint: it’s not a ghost.
While most of us are content to make ‘cute kitty’ videos, Marilyn Minter uses a Phantom to produce work that is distinctly more cutting edge.
In Hachioji, about forty kilometres to the west of Tokyo, Kunihiko Matsuba of TYRANT has designed a small complex that accommodates a dental clinic and a house.
The Volkshotel in Amsterdam invited nine creatives to design the hotel’s nine special guest rooms.
At a glittering award ceremony in Reykjavik last week, the winner of the first ever Icelandic Design Award was announced. The accolade went to the collaborative project Designs from Nowhere , and representatives of the winning team were on hand to …
FAAB Architektura has completed renovations to a low-rise, multi-family house in Warsaw that will now serve as the headquarters for the Foundation for Polish Science.
Marina van Goor’s successful one-person restaurant will pop-up inside the Lensvelt HUB within a setting formed by Studio Job.
On December 18th, Ninety Minutes of Frame returns to Amsterdam’s Pakhuis de Zwijger for its fifth edition.
Next week the ICA hosts Bloomberg New Contemporaries for the 4th consecutive year. The event marks the show’s 65th anniversary for which Marvin Gaye Chetwynd, Enrico David and Goshka Macuga have chosen works by 55 of the most promising artists emerging from UK art schools from 1,400 submissions.
You’re Invited to join the Campus Collective Party at Miami Iron Side hosted by Laufen North America and MOCA North Miami on December 3rd at 7pm!
Many low-income families lack access to healthy food, which puts them at risk for weight gain, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.
In 2012, Lake Region Healthcare launched a local foods project to distribute fresh produce to people in need throughout…